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Famished Salad Forks, Platinum

Glazed Porcelain

90,83 €

2 Items

in stock

Salad forks, irregular form. White glazed porcelain, platinum glazed extremities.

Handmade in Hungary in traditional moulds.

The Famished Salad Forks satisfy its hunger at mealtimes, but with more than just food. They love to hear laughter, murmurs and
passionate discussions, its white porcelain shimmering on
the tablecloth, proud of its finesse and its solidity.

The platinum covered enamel gives it a lightly precious touch.

 Tsé & Tsé products are so easy to live with.  Made from noble materials, often by hand and in small quantities, our products will do more than just seduce you.  With everyday use, our products will inspire love!

Hand wash recommended, not for microwave ovens.

Length 30 cm (11.8")
Model Famished Tableware
Color Silver
Material Porcelaine

Designed by Sigolène Prébois and Catherine Lévy in 1995, the Famished and Thirsty Collection has grown over the years. There are now dishes of all sizes, a pie plate and a special dish for fish, salad bowls, two gratin dishes, bowls and cups, goblets, a mazagran, two teapots, a milk jug and even salad servers.

Made in porcelain, these pieces combine solidity and fineness. The plates and dishes are cast in a traditional method between two plaster molds. Each time they are cast, certain differences may appear, which are the expression of the unique character of each one of these hand-cast items. Their “imperfections” are the sign of their originality and are not considered as defects.

The porcelain has a special, slightly blue tint. Porcelain is extremely impact resistant, but if a chip occurs, you can soften it with sandpaper (see our video on useful hints www.tse-tse.com).

The gold and platinum enameled pieces are made with real gold and platinum, and are hand-painted. They are precious and fragile: they shine brightly but are not safe in microwave ovens. Dishwashing machines and the abrasive side of sponges are not advised. Too active stirring of sugar crystals could also wear off the gold coating inside the cups.